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11 Plus Learning Mock Exams for Essex

Our mock exams are designed to match the occasional changes brought about by the Essex Consortium precisely.
The CEM Mocks are based on the style and format of CEM Durham Examination Board.

Mock 1 (CSSE): Sunday 11 July 2021, Two sessions/day: 10:00-12:30, 13:00-15:30

Mock 2 (CSSE): Sunday 01 Aug 2021, Two sessions/day: 10:00-12:30, 13:00-15:30

Mock 3 (CSSE): Sunday 22 August 2021, Two sessions/day: 10:00-12:30, 13:00-15:30

Mock 4 (CSSE): Sunday 05 September 2021, Two sessions/day: 10:00-12:30, 13:00-15:30

Mock (CEM Durham)
: Sunday 29 Aug 2020, Session: 10:00-12:30

Venue: Galleywood Heritage Centre,

The Common,

Off Margaretting Road,


Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 8TR

Fees: £70 per mock, if booked individually.
All four CSSE booked together: £200
CEM Mock: £70

Please arrive at the venue 15 minutes early to sign your child in. The exams will commence at the stated times above. Pupils shall not be admitted to an examination room after an examination has formally started. You must collect your child at the stated time.

Why should you opt for our Mock Exams?

Expertly prepared and correctly organised to make a difference

How would these exams benefit my child?

Firstly, these Mocks are conducted under exam conditions comparable to the actual exams. The actual exam will feel nothing like the practice sessions or even mocks done in the familiar circumstances and comfort of your home. Many years of first hand experience convinced us without any doubt how invaluable the benefits of expertly prepared and correctly organised mocks can be. Furthermore we keep a very keen eye on the premeditated philosophy behind the 11 Plus selection phenomenon, which shapes the question techniques and logic of the actual exam papers.

Second, soon after each month's exam you will receive the breakdown of scores, including raw percentage scores, standardised scores and ranks. Withing a week you will also receive a report detailing the breakdown of all question sections, examplified correct methodology for incorrectly answered questions, and recommendation on exam handling, time management knowhow tailored to your child's needs. Here is what parents think about the process: 'Whole of the Mock Exam experience was very positive and I thought that the organisation of the test was at a very high standard (we've tried other Mocks - so have something to compare with). Also, the feedback on performance that we got, by a long mile, the most informative, comprehensive and relevant than any other feedbacks that we've received from other 11+ Centres. (You are free to select any or all of the mock tests on offer any time 48 hours prior to the corresponding Mock date.)

How do I book a place for my child?

Enrolling for our mock tests is fairly easy. You must first decide whether you want to book for one or all three dates, as you will be entitled to a discount if you book all three. Then, go to our Mock Exams Booking page and follow the on screen instructions. You can access the booking page by clicking here or from the mock exams section on our services page. Whichever option(s) you chose, you will be given the chance to review your choices at each step. You will also receive e-mail confirmations for your bookings. Watch out for the discount offers on the booking page.


Prices: £70 per mock or £150 if you book all three CSSE together and £200 if you book all four (including the CEM) together.

What are the procedures for sitting the tests?

Please read this section carefully.

You can book these mocks online and secure your place any time 48 hours prior to the corresponding Mock date. Again you have the option to select any or all three months' tests. Once your firm booking is complete, you will receive an automated e-mail with the confirmation and booking details.

You can cancel your firm bookings any time 72 hours prior to the mock date, but there will be a 20% surcharge for cancellations.

IMPORTANT Regulations and Recommendations

Certain criteria and code of conduct regulations apply to the Mock Exams to be held at the stated venue. These are stated below.

Standard national examination rules strictly apply. Failing to observe the rules of conduct will not be tolerated and may even result in disqualification or exclusion from the exams.

Please read these rules and regulations carefully and ensure that your child understands the does and don'ts of examination etiquette.

Examinations are conducted by examination invigilators in accordance with these Regulations

1 Pupils must obey the instructions of an invigilator at all times.

2 Pupils must arrive at the examination venue no later than 10 minutes before the start of an examination and wait quietly outside until admitted by an invigilator. Pupils shall not be admitted to an examination room after an examination has formally started*. * An examination is deemed to have formally started when an invigilator announces "you may begin".

3 All pupils are expected to be accompanied by a parent/guardian, with their booking reference number as proof of identity.

4 Pupils must be signed in by their parent/guardian at the entrance and signed out at the end of the exam. No pupil will be allowed to leave the venue until signed out by a parent/guardian. The parent/guardian must also enter a telephone number on the signing in sheet, in case they need to be contacted during the examination.

5 All pupils must be collected not later than 15 minutes after the conclusion of the exams. Failure to do so may result in surcharges or disqualification from further mock exams.

6 Pupils are only permitted to bring a clear plastic pencil case with them into an examination. The contents of the pencil case should be visible and displayed on the desk at all times ready for inspection by an invigilator. The use of all other styles of pencil cases will not be permitted and must be left in a designated area in an examination room before pupils proceed to their allocated seat.

7 Pupils are only permitted to bring one small bottle of water (500ml) with them to an examination room for consumption during the examination, unless otherwise agreed previously.

8 Pupils must not take into an examination room any unauthorised book, manuscript, notes, electronic devices (including Ipods/Ipads, Smart Watches etc) or any other means whereby they may improperly obtain assistance in their work, or any bag, case or receptacle, in which such unauthorised articles can be carried. Unauthorised materials includes: any revision notes for the examination in question or for any other examination that candidate(s) may be undertaking. All such unauthorised materials must be left outside the examination room or handed to the invigilator as candidate(s) enter the examination room.

9 Mobile phones are not permitted at the examination room.

10 You are responsible for ensuring that you bring all appropriate materials with you to support your examinations including pencils, sharpeners, erasers and rulers. No calculators are allowed in the exam room. All other exam material will be provided by the invigilators.

11 Pupils must sit in the places allocated for their particular examination. Pupils must not turn over the examination question paper until they are instructed to do so by the invigilator.

12 Pupils must not talk to or use any other form of communication with each other during the examinations. You must remain silent at all times during the examination, whilst the answer books are being collected in and until you are dismissed from the examination room.

13 Pupils must not use any means whatever to obtain, directly or indirectly, assistance in an examination or give or attempt to give, directly or indirectly, such assistance to any other student.

14 Pupils must not indulge in any behaviour which may disturb any other candidate or any form of conduct which may disrupt the smooth progress of an examination. Pupils causing such disturbance or disruption may be required by the invigilator to leave the examination.

15 Pupils must not ask the invigilators any questions relating to the contents of the exam papers.